• Workforce Magazine Talks with Morgan Young About Remote Employees Dealing with Crisis

    If remote employees aren’t living up to productivity expectations right now, employers shouldn’t immediately jump to “slacking off” as the reason. In fact, studies show that employees are usually more productive at home than in the office. But right now, employees are dealing with a lot. Most people are quarantining at home (if their job allows), avoiding people as much as they can, staying as safe as possible at the grocery store, and home-schooling their children on top of their work and home responsibilities. It can be tough physically, financially, emotionally, and mentally. Our own Morgan Young speaks to this in a Workforce Magazine article titled, “Remote workers aren’t lazy. They’re responding to a crisis.